News & Business Issues
The report will focus on the costs associated with the Power Shut-down.
Let’s go old school, skip the shopping on Amazon these next few weeks and shop downtown.
Say hello to our new board members that will serving their two year term beginning January 1st, 2020. Larry Blodgett, Blodgett’s Abbey Carpet & Flooring Kathy Merchant, Las Trampas Capitol Campaign John McCormick, Lamorinda Music (incoming President) Dennis...
Voting closes Sunday, October 20 at 4pm.
This program was shared at the Chamber’s September Board Meeting and the Board of Directors unanimously voted to support the spirit of “Being Kind to Everyone.”
Petitions to run for the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors are available at the Chamber Office, 251 Lafayette Circle, Ste 150. Applications are due Friday, September 27, 1pm.
BART is making extensive repairs and upgrades to the track between Orinda and Walnut Creek stations on most weekends from August 17 through October.
What story had the biggest buzz in Lafayette this week? Well, besides the naming of our new City Manager, Niroop Srivatsa! We are one lucky community. What I wanted to share with you is the story behind the Roundup Saloon. Has it been sold? Will condos be built in...
To All Chamber Members with 5 or more employees: Effective January 1, 2020 the State of California is requiring all companies with 5 or more employees to provide classroom training and education regarding sexual harassment. Town Hall Theatre is considering hosting...